Port Clinton 71, SMCC 26
Port Clinton defeated St. Mary Central Catholic 71-26 Saturday in Sandusky Bay Conference action, to remain undefeated (6-0) on the young season.
Hope Thorbahn and Tiffany Colston led the Redskins with 14 points, while Emily Ashley and Hannah Weaver added 10 apiece.
Hannah Snow led the Panthers with nine points.
The Redskins host Norwalk Tuesday.
Clyde 62, Perkins 43
Amanda Cahill only missed one shot Saturday, scoring a career-high 30 points to lead Clyde to a 62-43 victory over Perkins in a battle of the top two preseason predicted Sandusky Bay Conference teams.
The 6-foot-1 junior, who verbally committed to Indiana Wednesday, was 12 of 13 shooting and also added seven rebounds for the Fliers (6-0, 3-0) who won the opening tip and never lost control en route to their sixth straight win.
“She had never (reached) 30 before and I knew it would have to come in a game like today where it's competitive and we needed them,” Clyde coach John Cahill said. “I thought Amanda played very well and I thought we played well. We got a lot of good play out of a lot of players today.”
Hannah Wadsworth scored 10 points and Breanne Michaels added seven for Clyde.
Margaretta 43, Edison 35
At Castalia, Margaretta came back from an 11-5 first quarter deficit to defeat Edison 43-35 in Sandusky Bay Conference action Saturday.
The Polar Bears outscored Edison 18-5 in the third quarter to come away with the win.
Kelsey Kromer paced Margaretta with 19 points, while Kendra Gast added 10.
Ciara Reed led the Chargers with 11 points.
"We lost the game in the third quarter, being outscored 18-5 and at the free throw line," Edison coach Tracey Moyer said. "We went to the line six times and Margaretta went 19 times. They were aggressive going to the basket and we settled for outside shots.
"I was encouraged by the way we took care of the ball," she added. "Our turnovers were way down. Girls are looking to shoot, which is good if we want to be a balanced team."
Margaretta continues SBC play when it hosts Huron Friday.
Oak Harbor 61, Huron 33
At Huron, the Rockets improved to 2-1 overall and in the SBC with a resounding win over the host Tigers.
Leading 30-21 at halftime, Oak Harbor blew the game open with a 17-3 scoring advantage in the third quarter to take a 47-24 lead into the final eight minutes of play.
For Oak Harbor, Maria Boers had a game-high 22 points while Andrea Cecil scored 14 points and Abbie Gezo had 13. Huron got 10 points from Emma Elder in the defeat.
For more information on these games and others, see Sunday's Sandusky Register.